Will I get a job in Australia?
You see, when you ask yourself "will I get a job in Australia?" the answers are always going to be, "no" or "may be". Because, if you were confident enough you would not ask this question in the first place. Makes sense?
During a Skype consultation an immigrant professional with extensive overseas experience in her field at international level asked me, "will I get a job in Australia after I migrate?". And this was not the first time someone asked me this question.
"What do you think?" I asked in return. "I dont know .... may be" she said.
Your answers to this question will always be coming from the place of insecurity, fear of unknown, fear of failure, worry, and victim mentality. And, you are quite likely to settle for less. Complacency kicks in and you feel great that you've at least A job, when you do.
The right question to ask is, "how can I get The job in Australia?". This is a complete paradigm shift in thinking. This is Victor mentality, focussing on your urge to succeed in a new country and getting the job and salary you deserve.
Now your are focussing on taking immediate massive action, and having momentum in your job search.
Your actions will always be in alignment with your attitude, and your attitude will be in sync with your philosophy - what you believe in. The more your inner world expands in a positive way the more successful you will be in a new country.
The bottom line is, if you are unable to know your self-worth, employers will not value your net-worth. This often leads to accepting jobs at a much lower level resulting in shortchanging yourself, and as immigrant it takes much longer to find your way up in a new country.
Give this a serious thought. I am sure you will.
Have a great day, make it a great day.